United Kingdom all ready for Queen Elizabeth ‘s Platinum Jubilee CBC News

The UK will commemorate Queen Elizabeth’s 70th anniversary this week with four days of celebrations – from military parades and services to a street party and pop concert in front of Buckingham Palace.

Elizabeth (96) has been on the throne since she was 25, a ubiquitous figure in the United Kingdom and one of the most famous faces in the world.

Here’s a look at the decorations, royal fans and special events ahead of the Platinum Jubilee celebrations, which begin on Thursday.

In front of Buckingham Palace, Piccadilly Circus

People gather at The Mall in London on Tuesday to view Buckingham Palace and the Queen Victoria Statue. The road is lined with Union Jacks and closed for traffic before Platinum’s jubilee.

(Matt Dunham / The Associated Press)

Royal fan John Loughrey poses on Tuesday with a cutout of Queen Elizabeth in a tent he set up for camp in front of Buckingham Palace to celebrate the Platinum Jubilee.

(Henry Nicholls / Reuters)

People take pictures of the Piccadilly Circus screen, which shows a countdown to the Platinum Jubilee with two photos of the Queen in London on May 27.

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Observations of Queen Elizabeth

Keith Weed, president of the Royal Horticultural Society, Elizabeth visits the flower show at the Chelsea Flower Show in London on May 23.

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The Queen is shown how to buy a ticket when she unveiled a plaque on 17 May to mark the completion of the London Crossrail project at Paddington Station in London.

(Andrew Matthews / Reuters)

Elizabeth and guests watch the Royal Windsor Horse Show Platinum Jubilee Celebration on May 15 at Windsor Castle in Windsor, Britain.

(Henry Nicholls / Reuters)

The Queen talks to the worker as she arrives to watch the horses competing the second day of the horse show in Windsor on May 13.

(Toby Melville / Reuters)

Exhibits featuring Elizabeth

Staff members hold Queen Elizabeth II of the United Kingdom, painted by Andy Warhol in 1985 as part of an exhibition at Sotheby’s in London on May 27.

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Sotheby’s exhibitions celebrating the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee opened in London on May 28, and are free to the public until July 15. Queen (2022) by Oluwole Omofemi is on display.

(Tristan Fewings / Sotheby’s / Getty Images)

Lightness of being (2022) Chris Levin is also seen in Sotheby’s. The exhibition gathers important loans of aristocratic tiara and royal portraits of each of the seven British queens.

(Tristan Fewings / Sotheby’s / Getty Images)

At Madame Tussauds in London, studio artists retouch the wax models of the British royal family in a new group and attire before the platinum jubilee celebrations on 25 May.

(Toby Melville / Reuters)

(Toby Melville / Reuters)

Queen of Legoland

Legoland modeler Freya Groom took a picture on Tuesday as she placed Queen Elizabeth’s model in a vehicle near the model of Buckingham Palace in Legoland, Windsor.

(Peter Nicholls / Reuters)

A model of Red Arrows is shown flying over a model of London.

(Peter Nicholls / Reuters)

Elizabeth’s model in the vehicle is shown near the Admiralty Arch’s landmark model at The Mall.

(Peter Nicholls / Reuters)

Other public appearances

Flower towerAn exhibition of more than 4,300 handmade knitted and crocheted flowers is on display at All Saints Church before the Platinum Jubilee celebrations in Middleton Cheney, UK on May 26.

(Andrew Boyers / Reuters)

Queen Elizabeth yarn with corgi and accompanying guards is displayed above a mailbox in a hangleton near Hove in East Sussex on Tuesday.

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The crocheted scene of Elizabeth standing inside the castle is seen on a mailbox in New Brighton, Britain on May 9.

(Phil Noble / Reuters)

Royal fans and their memorabilia

Royal super fan Margaret Tyler took a photo of her collection of royal memorabilia in her “Jubilee Room” at home in London on Monday. Her collection fills the ground floor of her house.

(Adrian Dennis / AFP / Getty Images)

The collector of the monuments of the royal family, Jan Hugo, stands near the life-size figure of the queen on May 4, surrounded by her collection, which boasts more than 10,000 pieces, in Nulkaba, Australia. Hugo’s is Australia’s largest collection of royal memorabilia.

(Stefica Nicol Bikes / Reuters)

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